with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Mendelssohn Song without Words, Op 53 No 5
John Ogdon (piano)
7.20 Vivaldi Concerto in C
(RV558) (Con molti stromenti)
English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
7.32 MacCunn The Land of the Mountain and the Flood
Royal Liverpool PO, conductor Grant Llewellyn
8.05 Saint-Sains Allegro Giocoso in A minor, Op 150 No 7
Christopher Herrick (organ)
Schoenberg Galathea ; Gigerlette (Cabaret Songs)
Jessye Norman (soprano) James Levine (piano)
8.31 Mozart Piano Concerto
No 21 in C (K467) Nina Milkina (piano)
Orchestra of St John 's,
Smith Square, conductor John Lubbock. Discs
David Fallows introduces the Missa La sol fa re mi in a performance by the Tallis Scholars, conducted by Peter Phillips , together with influential works from
with Edward Blakeman , including at approximately
10.00 Schubert Overture in the Italian Style (D591) English Sinfonia, conductor Charles Groves
10.05 Artist of the Week: Lily Laskine (harp)
Mozart Concerto in C for flute and harp (K299) Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute) Jean-Francois Paillard
10.45 Howells Walking in the Snow; The Scribe BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Jackson
10.50 Ives Crossing the Bar; Variations on "America"
Harris Symphony for Voices
BBC Singers/ Simon Joly Margaret Phillips (organ)
11.25 Berwald Symphony No 3 in C (Symphonie singuliere)
BBC Symphony Orchestra/ Esa-Pekka Salonen
Second of three programmes.
Reinecke Trio in A minor
Christopher O'Neal (oboe) Christopher Blake (horn)
Anthony Goldstone (piano)
Mendelssohn Konzertstuck in D minor, Op 114
Victoria Soames (clarinet)
Roger Heaton (basset horn) Julius Drake (piano)
Beethoven Quintet in E flat Neil Black (oboe)
Thea King (clarinet)
Martin Gatt (bassoon) Ifor James (horn)
Tamas Vasary (piano)
Two one-act comic operas by Rossini, written by the 20-year-old composer for Venice, presented by Clive Bennett. Sung in Italian. L'Inganno Felice
(The Happy Deception) A semi-serious opera portraying the rehabilitation of a woman who refused a man's sexual advances.
La Scala di Seta
(The Silken Ladder)
A farce revolving around overheard conversations, whispered meetings, closets, screens and the silken ladder - and all so that the correct couples fall in love.
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Marcello Viotti
de Carolis (bar)
Quartet No 3 in E flat minor, Op 30
Tommy Pearson 's on the fiddle ... He talks to 15-year-old violinist Vanessa-Mae about her life, career and ambitions.
Producer Christina Pritchard
Rodney Slatford 's guest in Manchester is the violin virtuoso Lydia Mordkovitch. Including
5.15 Chopin Polonaise in A, Op 40 No 1
6.02 Resplghl Autumn Poem
6.32 Sibelius Prelude:
from the Royal
Festival Hall, London. conductor Franz Welser-Mbst
Frank Peter Zimmermann
Jonathan Lloyd Tolerance (first performance) Salnt-Saens Violin
Concerto No 3 in B minor
8.15 Stephen Johnson examines Stravinsky's reasons for revising some of his major works.
Stravinsky Petrushka (1947 version)
4: William Henry Fox Talbot The science and art of photography started with an image of a window in Lacock Abbey, the home of Fox Talbot. Paul Murdin focuses on his invention and his life.
The series of concerts from the festival ends with the opening recital, in which flamenco guitarist
Juan Martin played a programme of his own music.
Guajira; Solea por medio; Fandango (Luna Negra) ; Rumba
Humphrey Carpenter discusses The Arabian
Nights with Robert Irwin , whose new companion to the stories explores the medieval underworld they draw on as well as their impact on Western literature. Plus a first-night review of The Striker, a new play by Caryl Churchill. Producer Abigail Appleton
Burns Settings lain Burnside presents a selection of settings of Scotland's national poet, including a few surprises. All (To the Forests); On the Golden Fields; No,
Only the Heart That Has Ached; The Sun Has Set; At the Ball; Whether the Day Reigns; It Was in the Early Spring; Again, as before, I Am Alone; Don Juan 's Serenade
Except in Scotland.
As broadcast 9.00-10.0Sam on R5